Recent Question/Assignment

Topic: Cryptographic currency remains largely unregulated. Discuss How crypto currencies function. What are some of the observable trends in the value of the popular crypto currencies such as Bitcoin and Dogecoin.
Due Date : may 6
Format:
Word limit: The essay may be between 3,500-4,500 words; I am allowing a range of +/- 500 words from the required limit of 4000 words. Words used for abstract, introduction, literature review, body of the essay, conclusion and references should be counted for this limit
. So you can exclude words used in, letter of transmittal, table of contents, and appendix from the word count.
Cover page :
Use the Deakin Assignment cover page supplied for this Unit, fill out the cover page correctly, you should not have any other separate cover page for your Essay
Letter of transmittal :
• In Finance, a letter of transmittal is a type of cover letter that accompanies a document, such as a financial report or security certificate.
• A Transmittal Letter is a business letter and is formatted accordingly, it should include the recipient's address, sender's address, distribution list, a salutation and closing. It typically includes
why it should receive the reader's consideration, and what the reader should do with it. The transmittal letter provides the recipient with a specific context in which to place the larger
document or certificate and simultaneously gives the sender a permanent record of having sent the material.
Table of contents
•Serial number of the topics, name of the topics, page numbers should be added
Abstract
•Abstracts allow readers who may be interested in a longer work to quickly decide whether it is worth their time to read it.
•An abstract is not a review, nor does it evaluate the work being abstracted. While it contains key words found in the larger work, the abstract is an original document rather than an excerpted Passage
I. Introduction
The introduction should have some of the following elements:
• Start with an attention grabber: a short story, example, statistic, or historical context that
introduces the paper topic
• Give an overview of any issues involved with the subject
• Define of any key terminology need to understand the topic
• Highlight background information on the topic needed to understand the direction of the paper. The introduction must end with a statement (a 1 to 2 sentences in length): Tell what the overall paper will focus on. Briefly outline the main points in the paper (This is the objectives/research questions of
your Essay
. On an average, the number of objectives/research questions should be between three to five. Look for a Hook: What is interesting about this question? Hook your readers with an interesting fact that might make them curious about this topic and rest of the Essay.
II. Literature Review
Find five articles about your topic and list the relevant facts from each one.The identification of the relevant facts should be aligned with the objectives/research questions that you have mentioned at the end of the Introduction. Now you are going to present different authors findings
1.
According to (author/source)__________(date_______ ) the main idea about this subject is______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
List facts from the source that support this idea
1.fact__________________________________________________________
2.fact_________________________________________________________________
3.fact_________________________________________________________________
4.fact_________________________________________________________________
5.fact_________________________________________________________________
In conclusion_________________________says______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ about the topic.
2.Another idea, by (author/source)__________(date_______ ) is _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
List facts from the source that support this idea
1.fact_________________________________________________________________
2.fact_________________________________________________________________
3.fact_________________________________________________________________
4.fact_________________________________________________________________
5.fact_________________________________________________________________
The author identified that__________________________________________________
3.A third writer, _______________(date_______ ) states that ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
1.fact_________________________________________________________________
2.fact_________________________________________________________________
3.fact_________________________________________________________________
4.fact_________________________________________________________________
5.fact_________________________________________________________________
The author pinpointed ____________________________________________________
4.A fourth source _______________(date_______ ) states that ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
1.fact_________________________________________________________________
2.fact_________________________________________________________________
3.fact_________________________________________________________________
4.fact_________________________________________________________________
5.fact_________________________________________________________________
The author highlighted ________________________________________________________
5.Finally from _______________(date_______ ) is that___________________________________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________
1.fact_________________________________________________________________
2.fact_________________________________________________________________
3.fact_________________________________________________________________
4.fact_________________________________________________________________
5.fact_________________________________________________________________
The author concludes that_____________________________
Analysis of literature
I found (how many) ____________ main idea/s about (name your topic) :________________List main idea/s______________________________________________________________
Explain how the ideas are different or the same. This should give you better understanding about what you should present in the body of your Essay (next section). Establish a link (write a paragraph here) between the literatures that you have studies and the findings that you are going to present in the next section (Body) to answer your research questions (mentioned in Introduction)
III. Body (you can give it a relevant name)
•Here you should address all your objectives or answer all your research questions. It is the main part of your research.
•Show your analysis of data to answer and support your findings
•Clearly present the main points/findings of the paper
•Give strong examples, details, and explanations to support each main points
•In a research paper, use strong evidence from sources—paraphrases, summaries, and quotations that support the main points
•You can attach a tables, charts, graphs, comparisons, or list of findings
IV. Conclusion
•Restate your key issues in different words
•Briefly summarize each main point found in the body of the paper (avoid going over 2 sentences for each point)
•End with a strong clincher statement: an appropriate, meaningful final sentence that ties the whole point of the paper together (may refer back to the attention grabber/Hook)
V. References
•As a university level students you are expected to critically analyse all the relevant literature, and consider persuasive academic sources. This means that students should consult with academic texts, books and journals in addition to newspaper articles. Using the primary text book from the unit is not sufficient. Students should clearly cite all sources, employing either accepted methodology for citations, but students must be consistent in their method.
•Present the references in an alphabetic way. Use any method of referencing (e.g. Author, date or Harvard style or any other), but be consistent in using the same style for all of them
VI. Appendix
An appendix contains information that is supplementary and not strictly necessary to the main body of the writing. An appendix may include a reference section for the reader, a summary of the raw data or extra details on the method behind the work. You may be required to write an appendix for school or you may decide to write an appendix for a personal project you are working on. You should start by collecting content for the appendix and by formatting the appendix properly. You should then polish the appendix so it is accessible, useful, and engaging for your reader.